Fujifilm updates its XF line

Fujifilm’s XF line has been known for its nice cameras with tons of features and options but the only problem with the XF series is price as most XF cameras cost way too much for the average user. The newest addition to the line is here to change the situation – the XF1 offers the same XF quality but at a much lower cost.

The XF1 boasts a compact design but still bets on older retro-looking style. It comes with the following dimensions – 4.2 inches wide, 2.4 inches across and 1.2 inches deep. The XF1 has a 2/3 12 MP EXR-CMOS sensor inside with a manual FUJINON 4x optical zoom (25 mm – 100 m) wide angle and f/1.8 lens that the user operates by twisting the zoom ring. There’s also optical image stabilization (OIS), full manual controls, a 3-inch 460K dot premium clear LCD monitor with tempered glass for scratch protection, motion panorama 360 for seamless panoramic shots, 11 advanced filters, full HD movie recording with the ability to zoom and take pictures while shooting and much more.

Fujifilm XF1 camera

The camera will debut in November and will be available in tan, black and red faux leather finishes. Pricing is expected to be around 500 USD .


Source: T3.com

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